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156.   GANI TIMMA ASD CABOLI TIMMA.

The Tillage of Puttakuruva is Lanka ; the river Gnndla-
kamma is the sea ; Caboli Tiinmaraju is Havana ; Kondrajn is
Kumbhakarna ; Xagai-ajn-Aiiumayya is Jlarlea ; the Bo gat are
the demons; and the bales of pepper ar« Sita. Having
entered Eruva. Thninaraju and his followers thievr the district
into confusion. They carried away the cattle of Gurujala in
Palrsad, attacked Vhnikor.da and plundered the country around
Tangeda; they created painc in Podile and Amraanavrolu,
commited burglaries in Uddagiri, and devastated by pillage
the Sakili district; they ravished the women of Cirivella and
Nandela, harassed the people of the district of Siddhapura by
dacoities, committed crimes at Tondamarayagulla, and obstruct-
ed, as highwaymen, people travelling along the Nandikanarna.
Raghava t?i>., Velugoti Cina Tinima, having collected an army
crushed the Havana of Cabolu out of existence.*

MM. Aft*. 15-4-3, p. 142

157*   POLICE ARRANGEMENTS OF THE TIME OF
ACYUTA.

SUMMART.

The founder of Pandikona family was a Boy a of the
name of Kampiliraya, who distinguished himself in the wars
during the reign of Acyutadevaraya. He won the favour of
the Raya by securing victory to the king's arms in many
places, and was appointed by him as kavalgar over S.day*ni,
Gtitti, Grandikota and Kandanavolu. He had four sons, Jatangi-
raya, Venkatadasari, Venkatappa, and Papa whom he appointed
as the police officers over each of the four divisions of the
territory which the Raya entrusted to his care.

Kampiliraya sent his eldest son Jatangiraya to Gandikota,
having at first specified his jagir and the kSvali due& He
commanded his other three sons to remain at Kotako$da and

*TTiw is another po«m composed by some Bhftt to c&lefer»tc -the Victory of G*ni